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Police & Fire
Authorities haven't determined what caused the fire at 2529 Hartfield Drive, but they said they've ruled out arson.
Yorkville police suspect alcohol was a factor.
Annette C. Brown, 33, of Sandwich, is next scheduled to appear in court Oct. 3, Kendall County court records show.
Theddias LeSure, 25, formerly of Montgomery, had been accused of pouring gasoline on a family member and setting him on fire while he was alive. A second family member died in the fire; two others were severely injured.
Annette C. Brown, 33, of Sandwich, faces three counts of felony disorderly conduct.
Kendall County Sheriff's police said Thursday that no sexual assault nor police imposter were involved.
Local authorities are emphasizing safety, their procedures after a 33-year-old woman reported being raped by a possible police impersonator.
Assailant was wearing a police or fire type uniform, pulled her over in an unmarked car about 6:47 p.m. Tuesday, according to the Kendall County Sheriff's Office.
Yorkville police praised water park staff for noticing and reporting the suspicious behavior.
The 26-year-old man was babysitting the girl when Kendall County Sheriff's police said he criminally sexually assaulted her.
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